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Description DM1999111504:POLITICS:PERSONALITY:APARTHEID:NOV1954 - Banned Men - The effects of new laws. 'All the banned leaders belong to you,' declared Walter Sisulu, before he was himself banned. 'They will remain your leaders because they still belong to our liberation struggle and they will still find a way to make their contribution. They have not been rejected by us, but forcibly thown out by our enemies'. Walter Ulyate Sisulu was born in the Engcobo district of the Transkei. Walter left home in 1929 and his first job was in a Johannesburg dairy. Thereafter he worked as a gold miner on the Reef and later he worked in a kitchen. In 1930 he took a series of factory jobs and studied to improve his education. Sisulu joined the ANC in 1940 and became Secretary-General in 1949.
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Keywords secretary generals,ANC,Walter Sisulu,reading,1950s,1954,November,square,black and white image,South Africa,South African history,Drum Magazine,black African man,Africa,
Collections Baileys African History Archive
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
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